Wheelock, Calvin (Mendon); Volume 16, page 1001 (of Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of The Revolutionary War)
Mendon. Private, Capt. John Albee's (1st Mendon) co., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Roxbury; service, 4 days; reported returned home; also, Capt. Samuel Craggin's co., Lieut. Col. Nathan Tyler's regt.; service between Dec. 8, 1776, and Jan. 21, 1777, 1 mo., at Providence Plantation and Rhode Island on an alarm; mileage home to Mendon (24 miles) allowed; also, Capt. Isaac Martin's co., Col. Joseph (Josiah) Whitney's regt.; service from May 4, 1777, to July 4, 1777, 2 mos. 5 days, under Maj. Gen. Spencer at Rhode Island, including travel (68 miles) from home to place of destination and from place of discharge home; also, Sergeant, Capt. Philip Ammidon's co., Col. Tyler's regt.; entered service July 28, 1780; discharged Aug. 8, 1780; service, 15 days, including 3 days (52 miles) travel home; company ordered to Rhode Island on the alarm of July 27, 1780.
This is the son of Hannah Albee and Col. Silas Wheelock, command of the 7th Worcester County Regiment. Many of Calvin's brothers also served. Calvin is referenced in "The Daughters of the American Revolution", Vol 56, Pg 39, by Miss Mae Wheelock, DAR ID 55082. He is descended from Rev. Ralph Wheelock as follows: Calvin/Silas/Benjamin/Benjamin/Ralph.